April 15 is only 48 days away; there is news you need to know about Income Taxes that will impact you today, tomorrow, and next year.
I am personally in a quandary about writing this blog. Humans are by nature prone to procrastinate until forced against a hard deadline. Read on to see both sides of the argument.
The 2020 Election
Thankfully at 4:05 on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, my 2020 election experience ended.
I went and voted.
No, I did not go vote early or stand in line for hours. Thankfully, all of you had previously voted, and when I arrived, there were twelve poll workers and one voter – me.
I say my election experience ended simply because my casting my vote was completing my part.
How about you? Did you vote?
The Mutual Fund Taxes are Coming
What Gains are in your Mutual Fund?
Tax frenzy may reach a fever pitch in April, but it is a mistake to only consider your tax bill around tax time.
I am from the IRS, and I am here to help you.
No, that is not the latest straight punch line immediately preceding when a cast member yells, “Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night!”
Keeping with the weirdness of 2020, we have four IRS activities that may impact you.
You may get an interest payment from the IRS
Last week’s blog “Timeout” was a lead to the coming weeks as being focused on how to make you “wealthier”. We interrupt the planned schedule to give you the latest change to your retirement, estate, and tax planning courtesy of Congress and President Trump. These changes are going to impact all of you in your planning and financial life.
As has become usual practice, Congress passed some meaningful tax legislation as it recessed for the holidays.
THE SECURE ACT
In one of the new meaningful laws, passed on December 19, you will find the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (SECURE Act).
The SECURE Act made many changes to how you save money for your retirement, how you use your money in retirement, and how you can better use your Section 529 plans.
Whether you are age 35 or age 75, these changes affect you.
Here are nine of the changes.
Election day November 5, 2019, is just around the corner and for Texans, this may be one of the most important votes we can make.
I am and would recommend that you vote yes on Proposition 4.
Texas Proposition 4, the Prohibit State Income Tax on Individuals Amendment, is on the ballot in Texas as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 5, 2019.
Good morning from sunny San Diego!
I am attending the Independent Financial Group National Conference this Wednesday through Saturday. It is a great time to reconnect with fellow advisors and Industry leaders and also enjoy cool and sunny San Diego.
The things you must think about if you are in San Diego in August. Such as, do I need a sweater?
Seriously, I realize that the weather in DFW is normal hot August and I will be right back in it with you later this weekend. Next weekend is Labor Day and the unofficial final weekend to Summer.